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Baby pangolins on my plate: possible lessons to learn from the COVID-19 pandemic.

我盘子里的小穿山甲: 可能从新型冠状病毒肺炎大流行中吸取教训。

  • 影响因子:2.63
  • DOI:10.1186/s13002-020-00366-4
  • 作者列表:"Volpato G","Fontefrancesco MF","Gruppuso P","Zocchi DM","Pieroni A
  • 发表时间:2020-04-21
Abstract

:The Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine (JEET), throughout its 15 years of existence, has tried to provide a respected outlet for scientific knowledge concerning the inextricable links between human societies and nature, food, and health. Ethnobiology and ethnomedicine-centred research has moved at the (partially artificial and fictitious) interface between nature and culture and has investigated human consumption of wild foods and wild animals, as well as the use of wild animals or their parts for medicinal and other purposes, along with the associated knowledge, skills, practices, and beliefs. Little attention has been paid, however, to the complex interplay of social and cultural reasons behind the increasing pressure on wildlife. The available literature suggest that there are two main drivers that enhance the necessary conditions for infectious diseases to cross the species barrier from wild animals to humans: (1) the encroachment of human activities (e.g., logging, mining, agricultural expansion) into wild areas and forests and consequent ecological disruptions; and, connected to the former, (2) the commodification of wild animals (and natural resources in general) and an expanding demand and market for wild meat and live wild animals, particularly in tropical and sub-tropical areas. In particular, a crucial role may have been played by the bushmeat-euphoria and attached elitist gastronomies and conspicuous consumption phenomena. The COVID-19 pandemic will likely require ethnobiologists to reschedule research agendas and to envision new epistemological trajectories aimed at more effectively mitigating the mismanagement of natural resources that ultimately threats our and other beings' existence.

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: 《民族生物学和民族医学杂志》 (JEET),在其存在的 15 年里,一直试图为关于人类社会与自然、食物、和健康。以民族生物学和民族医学为中心的研究已经在自然和文化之间的 (部分人工和虚构的) 界面上移动,并调查了人类对野生食物和野生动物的消费,以及将野生动物或其部分用于医学和其他目的,以及相关的知识、技能、实践和信仰。然而,很少有人关注对野生动物日益增长的压力背后的社会和文化原因的复杂相互作用。现有文献表明,有两个主要驱动因素增强了传染病从野生动物到人类跨越物种屏障的必要条件: (1) 人类活动的侵占 (e。g.,伐木、采矿、农业扩张) 进入野生地区和森林,以及随之而来的生态破坏; 和,与前者相关的是,(2) 野生动物 (和一般自然资源) 的商品化以及对野生肉类和野生活体动物不断扩大的需求和市场,特别是在热带和亚热带地区。特别是,一个至关重要的作用可能是由丛林-欣快和附属精英美食和炫耀性消费现象。新型冠状病毒肺炎大流行可能需要民族生物学家重新安排研究议程,并设想新的认识论轨迹,旨在更有效地减轻最终威胁我们和其他人生存的自然资源管理不善。

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呼吸道感染分为上呼吸道感染与下呼吸道感染。上呼吸道感染是指自鼻腔至喉部之间的急性炎症的总称,是最常见的感染性疾病。下呼吸道感染是最常见的感染性疾患,治疗时必须明确引起感染的病原体以选择有效的抗生素。

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